Every patient who comes into my plastic surgery office has their own story, whether they’ve come in for a traditional facelift or, more commonly, the unique Band Aid Mini Facelift I developed as a less invasive option. Each patient has his or her own reasons for taking charge of their appearance, and every case is unique, but there is comfort in knowing that you’re not alone. To hear some of my patients explain their experiences, check out a few of these patient stories:
Jane decided to move forward with a Band Aid Mini Face Lift after doing the same thing you are – watching testimonials from other patients. She had been considering the procedure for some time, and found it to be a rather easy and seamless process with a powerful benefit: restoring her confidence in her appearance.
As one of my younger patients, Amanda chose to take a proactive approach to her early signs of aging by treating them in her mid-40s, before a more significant surgery was necessary. For Amanda, one of her favorite aspects of the Band Aid Mini Facelift was the simple recovery time that allowed her to get back to her life quickly with a more youthful and refreshed appearance.
Like many of my plastic surgery patients, Rose wanted to address several cosmetic issues at once, so her procedure involved a Band Aid Mini Facelift, chin surgery, and eyelid surgery (called blepharoplasty). While the concept of combining procedures can sound intimidating, it can be a perfect way to get a more comprehensive result with only one recovery period.
Everyone wants to feel confident in their appearance, and to feel like there are others who understand their journey. While I’m happy to offer the cosmetic changes you need, I’m also grateful to my past patients who have generously agreed to provide that sense of community by sharing their stories. If you’re ready to take the next step, schedule a consultation with me, Dr. John L. LeRoy. Remember to also follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for my latest special offers, new procedures, plastic surgery tips, and more.
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